Set in spectacular scenic surroundings near the town of Marken, the 4.500 hectare provincial park is a joint venture between the Limpopo government and the Bakenberg community in which all stakeholders are working together to promote tourism-driven economic development.
The variety of rock formations, vegetation and rivers make this reserve exceptionally beautiful. Wildlife species encountered regularly include: sable, tsessebe, giraffe, zebra, nyala, eland; kudu, leopard and others. Besides the renovated camp for visitors and the conference centre, this reserve is also proud host of an Ivory Route Camp.
Highlights: Scenic beauty and spectacular rock formations, Game viewing
Facilities: Renovated camp with chalets for 4 - 7 people, each with own kitchen and braai area, Lapa with communal braai area, especially suited for group reservations, Large kitchen with bar for catering for up to 80 people, Newly built conference centre, Swimming pool
Activities: Hiking, Game viewing with your own 4x4, Birding, Cycling, Kloofing
How to get there: From Mokopane take the N11 towards the Botswana border post; after 90 km turn left towards Segole (gravel road), follow this road for approx. 20 km, then turn left towards Masebe (2km); use the entrance gate to the left.